Graduate students Amy Flansburg (MS) and Hilary Barker (PhD) both successfully defended their theses this past spring. We congratulate them on their impressive accomplishments as graduate students and wish them the best in their future endeavors. Amy and Hilary, you will be missed!
Amy’s thesis is entitled “Trembling aspen triploid advantage has a physiological basis with geographic caveats.” She is now working as a biologist at Stantec Consulting, Inc. using herscientific expertise to help create more sustainable infrastructure and facilities projects.
Hilary’s dissertation is entitled “Linking plant genetics and environment to associated insect species and community composition”. She is currently working as a Senior Research Analyst helping to create insight from data to inform education practices and decisions in the Wisconsin Technical College System